As you might already know, LG's newest flagship smartphone - the G5 - was unveiled at the ongoing Mobile World Congress yesterday. If you are in the US, and are planning to purchase the device, here's what we know about its availability and pricing so far:
AT&T has confirmed that it will carry the LG G5 as well as its companion devices including the 360 CAM virtual reality camera, LG 360 VR, and the LG 360 Sound Bluetooth speaker. The pricing and availability-related information will be shared in the coming weeks.
Sprint will also offer the flagship handset along with the LG 360 Cam and LG TONE Platinum companion devices. The carrier said that pricing and availability date will be announced soon.
Verizon said it will start offering the G5 as well as "select" companion devices this spring. Silver and titanium color variants of the phone will be available.
T-Mobile just confirmed that it'll carry the flagship smartphone. All other details including the device's price and availability will be made available later.
Among major online retailers in the US, only Best Buy has currently announced that it'll be carrying the handset, with pre-orders beginning March 18.
So, as you can see, details are scarce at the moment, but the good news is that all of the Big Four US carriers will be carrying the device. We'll share more information on the G5's availability and pricing as soon as we hear something about it.
If LG includes a free module with the purchase of a LG G5 that would just be icing on the cake.
Now this is the true battle of flagship between S7 and G5. Samsung will capitalize on the name and legacy, nothing great that can be called as an upgrade. No reason for atleast S6 users. Others will find it too expensive to think why not S6 if they a...
I knew this much already, but thanks? lol.